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The primary purpose of this paper is to describe the process of tailoring Parent Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) for young children aged 4-8 with SAD.
Parent Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT; Brinkmeyer & Eyberg, 2003) is an empirically supported treatment designed to treat children with disruptive behavior disorders and their families.
While on the subject of helping parents, Fernandez and Eyberg, in the article entitled "Keeping Families In Once They've Come Through the Door: Attrition in Parent-Child Interaction Therapy," look at parent child interaction therapy, an empirically supported treatment based on integrating behavioral interventions into a play therapy context to lessen disruptive behavior in children.